San Bernardino County

New Haven at Ontario Ranch Becomes a Top-Selling Master-Planned Community With Impressive 2017 Sales and … – GlobeNewswire (press release)

ONTARIO RANCH, Calif., Aug. 23, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — More than 300 homeowners have found their happy place at New Haven in Ontario Ranch, making this spectacular home destination one of the top-selling master-planned communities in California with over 200 sales so far in 2017. Five stunning neighborhoods are currently selling, all masterfully crafted by…

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Police report: Multiple DUIs net woman $185000 bail – Milpitas Post

Burglary—On Aug. 18 at 7:42 p.m. on Oak Meadow Drive. An auto burglary was reported. Narcotics—On Aug. 18 at 12:23 a.m. at Lark Avenue and Highway 17. A man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license. He also had outstanding warrants violating his post-release supervision rules, attempting to…

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CSUSB Anthropology Museum Project 'In|Dignity' Receives Grant – Inland Empire

CSUSB Anthropology Museum project ‘In|Dignity’ receives grant SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — “In|Dignity,” a new curatorial project that aims to provide a safe environment for exploring and exploding intolerance that will go on display at Cal State San Bernardino’s Museum of Anthropology in January, has received a $20,000 grant. The Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute at…

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Officer honored for helping to arrest suspect who allegedly stabbed Fontana homeowner – Fontana Herald-News

For his role in arresting a prowler who had allegedly entered a man’s home and viciously stabbed him, Officer Brad Carlson was named the Fontana Police Department’s Employee of the Month for May. Carlson was honored at the Fontana City Council meeting on Aug. 22 for his “exemplary performance and dedication to the law enforcement…

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Composer John Luther Adams' new campus 'Wind Garden' art installation is heard more than it is seen – Los Angeles Times

It is sculpture that’s largely invisible, announcing itself subtly, almost stealthily. Walk an unpaved path through a eucalyptus grove at UC San Diego, and suspended tones with no apparent source weave their way into the already densely layered soundscape. Traffic on the adjacent road, jets rumbling overhead, clicking spokes of passing bicycles, the frictive thrum…

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